AWC’s Charity Week Benefits Make-a-Wish

The holiday season is a time to give back, and for the past few years Allied has donated a portion of all sales made during the week before Christmas to a deserving charity.

2008 Charity Week:  December 15-19

Charity:  The Make-A-Wish Foundation

Make-A-Wish is a well-known national organization that grants Wishes, like trips to Disney or meetings with a favorite celebrity, to children with life-threatening medical conditions.  The granting of a Wish is often a life-changing experience for both the child and their family.  With the average Wish costing about $7,500, coordinating these very touching events is no small task.

What can you do to help this worthy cause?  Consider making a purchase between December 15 and 19.  Every dollar will help to bring a child closer to realizing their dreams.

Click here to view our fully flyer.

Click here to view a short message from Allied and Dennis Herron of Make-A-Wish.

About awcwire
Allied Wire & Cable is a value-added manufacturer and distributor of electrical wire and cable, tubing, and more. We are a family owned and operated company, serving a wide range of industries, including the military, automotive, aerospace, and telecommunications markets. Allied is headquartered in Collegeville, PA. Additional locations can be found across the US, in Merrimack, NH, Tampa, FL, Pewaukee, WI, and Las Vegas, NV. For more information on Allied, visit our main website at www.awcwire.com.

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